# Cos Definition and 11 Discussions

Cos Cob is a neighborhood and census-designated place in the town of Greenwich, Connecticut. It is located on the Connecticut shoreline in southern Fairfield County. It had a population of 6,770 at the 2010 census.Cos Cob is located on the western side of the mouth of the Mianus River. The American Impressionist Cos Cob Art Colony flourished in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. An offshoot of the group, the Greenwich Art Society, continues to support local artists in town.
The town of Greenwich is one political and taxing body, but consists of several distinct sections or neighborhoods, such as Banksville, Byram, Cos Cob, Glenville, Mianus, Old Greenwich, Riverside and Greenwich (sometimes referred to as central, or downtown, Greenwich). Of these neighborhoods, three (Cos Cob, Old Greenwich, and Riverside) have separate postal names and ZIP codes. From 1883 to 1885, the official post office name of Cos Cob was Bayport.
In 2015, Forbes ranked Cos Cob the 287th wealthiest place in the US with a median house sale price of \$1,329,107.

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1. ### B Not following an integral solution

In the image below, why is the third line not \frac {ln(cosx)} {sinx}+c ? Wouldn't dividing by sinx be necessary to cancel out the extra -sinx that you get when taking the derivative of ln(cosx)? Also, wouldn't the negatives cancel?
2. ### How to calculate the gravity on a hill?

The question is about a box with no movement standing on a hill. The hill has an angle of 25 degrees. The box has a mass of 40 kg. 1. Calculte the gravity This I still get: F= M x A = 40 x 9,81 = 3,9 x 10^2 The next question tough: 2. Calculate the component Fgravity,x off the gravity...
3. ### Separate a variable

Homework Statement m1v1=m1v1'cosa+m1/2v2'cosB 0=m1v1'sina-(m1v2'sinB/2) m1v1^2=m1v1'^2+(m1v2'^2)/4 Homework Equations The solution in my book is v2'=2v1sqrt(3) The Attempt at a Solution I thought to separate v1' at the firts and put it at the second, but I don't know how to change sin and cos then.
4. ### How to know cos sin tan

hello everyone! I want to know how to verify cos sin tan I always feel confused when i am doing the physics exercises. are we always use cos when it is x-axis and use sin when it is y-axis?? I feel so confused.
5. ### Work & Energy: Forces with Angles

Homework Statement A student could either push or pull, at an angle of 30 degrees from the horizontal, a 40kg crate, where the coefficient of kinetic friction is .21. The crate is moved 18m. Calculate the minimum work for pushing and pulling. Homework Equations W=F•(change in)X•cos(angle in...

Hey Guys. I'm having a bit of a problem with my solving triangles book. I'm finding the book really easy but there's this one thing that I keep getting wrong. Whenever I'm working with degrees with decimal points my answer aways fluctuates slightly from the real answer. I must be doing something...
7. ### Superposition of two cosine waves

Homework Statement Superposition of two cosine waves with different periods and different amplitudes. Homework Equations This is basically: acos(y*t) + bcos(x*t) The Attempt at a Solution I looked at different trig functions but it seems it is not a standard solution. I've found solutions...
8. ### Integral of sin and cos

Starting from FT relation of delta function, I can write the followings: $$\int_{-\infty}^{\infty} \cos{\alpha x} dx = 0$$ $$\int_{-\infty}^{\infty} \sin{\alpha x} dx = 0$$ The question is how am I supposed to prove those equations, sin and cos are stable oscillating functions.
9. ### Heat equation problem so confusing

Homework Statement The problem is f(x) = sin2πx - (1/πsquare)*sinπx and its given Bn sin (nπx) = f(x) Question is find Bn. Homework Equations Bn = 2/L ∫ (sin2πx - (1/πsquare)*sinπx) * sin(nπx/L) where L is 1 The Attempt at a Solution I did [/B] ∫ sin2πx * sin (nπx) - (1/πsquare)*sin...
10. ### [Fourier transform] Convolution product with sin and cos

I'm asked to transform y(t) = x(t)*x(t) (where * is the convolution product) and x(t)= sinc(t)cos(2π10t) ( sinc(t)= sin(πt)/(πt) ). The attempt at a solution Clearly everything is simple if you know X(f), because y(t)=InverseFourier{ X(f)2 }. The problem is that I can't find X(f). By the way...
11. ### Is there an equivalent of cosx=1-(x^2/2) for the sin function

Hi, i was just wondering since cosx=1-(x^2/2) is there a similar formatted formula for sinx?? much appreciated :) :)